If you are tired of me going back and forth about which embryos to transfer into Cynthia, then stop reading. And I won't be offended, not to worry, I am sick of it myself.
The clinic where they have the program of 5 donor eggs for 10K is a lot more flexible in terms of transferring to a carrier. They just want a regular contract signed by the two parties and some simple bloodwork. The transfer and monitoring is included with the purchase of 5 frozen eggs, they also guarantee at least one blast. If the 5 eggs do not yield a blast, they would thaw some more eggs until you get a good quality one.
In terms of attorney fees, I could just download a generic GC contract online, we all sign it, notarize it and that's it. That will save us about 4K in attorney fees that the clinic in Seattle requires for both parties. We will also save 3.5K for the transfer and monitoring fees. We are now down to 7.5K, if I include the shipping of my embryos from CC.RM we will be down to 8K at least.
With that in mind, add another 2K, I can do donor eggs.
With Option 1 we are looking at transferring my embryos, in other words, my eggs and donor sperm into Cynthia's uterus.
Option 2 would be donor eggs, Dan's sperm and Cynthia's uterus.
In other words, what is more likely to be the problem, Dan's sperm or my eggs? I think the consensus would be my eggs.
The only thing is that my embryos at CC.RM have been tested and they are normal. The batch that we might create with the frozen eggs will not be tested and Dan has bad sperm...
We can transfer one of each but she is 5'1, what if they both take? I don't think I can do it.